Should the American Institute of Architects support a new investigation into the complete collapse of WTC 7?
That’s the question hundreds of AIA delegates will be voting on at this year’s National Convention
in Atlanta, thanks to the 55 courageous AIA members who co-sponsored our resolution
calling upon the AIA to adopt an official “Position Statement” in support of a new investigation.
After submitting the resolution two weeks ago, we received word earlier this week that the AIA’s Resolutions Committee had accepted it for consideration at the convention. Now begins the work of educating thousands of architects about why the AIA should support a new WTC 7 investigation.
If we prevail in this historic vote — and the AIA Board of Directors then ratifies the resolution — it will mean that the nation’s largest association of architects officially supports a new WTC 7 investigation. This statement will resonate loudly throughout the architecture profession and beyond, bringing an unprecedented level of awareness about the need for a new investigation. But even if it doesn’t pass, our campaign and the debate surrounding the resolution will advance the dialogue among our fellow architects further than ever before.
Now It’s Time to Win the Vote!
Each year, we travel to the AIA Convention and speak with thousands of architects at our booth. But this year, we’ll be going all out to make sure that every
delegate, and as many members as possible, learn about WTC 7 before the votes are cast.
Will you help us mount the kind of campaign that will be necessary to take full advantage of this historic opportunity?